Puss in Boots
As the inheritance of the third son of a poor miller, Puss in Boots' new master was so poor and hungry himself he had almost decided to eat the cat when Puss in Boots took things into his own hands. With quick, clever, and above all intelligent actions, this cat made everyone, including the king, believe that his master was a rich and honored Marquis. In the end, the poor young millers son married the king's rich and beautiful daughter and lived happily ever after. From a fable by Charles Perrault. Our Puss in Boots marionette is approximately 21" (53cm) tall.
Price: 240.00 + shipping charges
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